Red Herring Comedy Club: Sept 10th
September 10 @ 8:00 pm£14.50
Red Herring Comedy Club kicks off the Autumn Season with a top notch line up of acts.
ROSIE JONES – With her infectious laugh and high energy, Rosie Jones has quickly become a must-see act on the UK comedy circuit. The ex-television researcher was awarded second place in the Leicester Mercury’s New Comedian Of The Year Award 2018 and has gone on to star on Live At The Apollo, The Jonathan Ross Show, 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Cats Does Countdown, The Last Leg, Rosie Jones Tries To Help, Live From The Comedy Store, Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back, Comedy Central UK’s Roast Battle, Mock The Week, Hypothetical, The Ranganation, Jon Richardson’s Channel Hopping, Dating No Filter and The Last Leg Tokyo as well as fronting not one, but two, travelogue series for Channel 4 – Trip Hazard and Mission: Accessible.
TADIWA MAHLUNGE – Tad has performed at historic venues such as The Clapham Grand, The Greenwich Maritime Museum, The Old Vic (Bristol), The National Gallery and of course, he’s a regular at the Comedy Store.
JOSH PUGH – Josh Pugh is a comedian, writer, winner of English Comedian of the Year and the Birmingham Breaking Talent Award. This year he wrote for Dave Channel’s new show ‘The Island’ and ‘The Emily Atack Show’ for ITV. Josh performs stand up across the country and has toured in the UK and Australia.
Josh runs cult account @GrassrootsCoac5 on twitter and recently published a spin off book ‘Grassroots: A Step Dad’s Quest For Silverware’ – available on Amazon.
Impressively, Josh has played for England’s Partially Sighted team for the past 10 years and played in 3 World Championships.
‘Wonderfully off-kilter… Pugh proves that semi-surrealism is alive and well‘ (List)
MC DAISY EARL – DaisY is one of the fastest rising stars in Scottish comedy today and is attracting plaudits and accolades at an alarming rate.
Having won ‘Best New Comedian’ at the Scottish Variety Awards 2015, she was then crowned ‘Scottish Comedian of The Year’ in the same year, making her the first ever female winner. She then followed this up with a sell-out show at the Adelaide Fringe and returned to the UK to scoop the ‘Best Newcomer’ prize at the Chortle Awards 2016.